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Pegasus Natural Vitamin E & Selenium for Horses

  • 1kg Tub £35.96

Pegasus Natural Vitamin E & Selenium contains essential nutrients for hard-working and athletic horses as well as those who regularly take part in competitions and those with muscle challenges. It supports healthy muscles, muscle recovery and muscle development. It is also a key supplement for breeding and pregnant mares.

The bioavailability of naturally-sourced vitamin E is believed to be twice that of synthetic vitamin E and also stays in the body longer. Selenium is vital to maintain normal, healthy muscle tissue and also to keep red blood cells and the vascular system stable.

Recommended for

  • Performance and athletic horses
  • Horses with high and heavy workloads
  • Support muscle health in horses with disturbed muscle function
  • Breeding mares - to support the unborn foals natural immunity
  • Horses on a high oil diet
  • Horses grazing in areas where the soil is naturally low in selenium


Wheat, alfalfa meal.


Vitamin E (as RRR-alpha-tocopheryl acetate ) 50,000 iu/kg (1,250 iu/25 g).

Trace elements

Selenium yeast (3b8.10) 8,700 mg/kg.


Calcium 1.2%
Phosphorus 0.8%
Sodium 0.1%
Selenium 20 mg/kg
Crude ash 10.3%
Crude fibre 3.5%
Crude protein 12%
Crude oils and fats 5%

Feeding guidelines

Feed at a rate of 25 g per horse per day to supply 1,250 iu of natural vitamin E and 0.5 mg elemental selenium.

A 1 kg tub fed at 25 g per day will last 40 days.

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